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Dvein and Mikros Image: Paco Rabanne 1 Million (Director’s Cut)

Dvein and Paris VFX masters Mikros Image add a golden touch to models Sophia Ahrens and Jordan Barrett in this kinetic spot for Paco Rabanne’s 1 Million and Lady Million fragrances shot by the one and only Darius Khondji (Se7en, Panic Room). [Read more]

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DVEIN SIGNS WITH 1STAVEMACHINE

From the release: Production company 1stAveMachine adds a dynamic double-header to its directorial roster with the signing of Spanish directors Teo Guillem and Carlos Pardo, a.k.a Dvein, a highly collaborative duo that is pushing the limits of live action and CGI storytelling. With a background in fine arts and design, Guillem and Pardo are known […] [Read more]

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Jean-Paul Gaultier “Welcome to the Factory” by Dvein

UK artist/photographer Miles Aldridge teams with Barcelona visionaries Dvein to laser target the most primal areas your brain (as well as your sense of political correctness) in this stunner for Jean-Paul Gaultier with post by Mikros Image and production by Stink Paris thru agency Mlle Noi. [Read more]

Dvein + Trizz: Alagoas “Ghosts”

The Dvein directing crew teams with fellow Barcelonians and CG/VFX specialists Trizz, plus Madrid VFX shop Lanczos to explore the dangers of drinking extraterrestrial psychotropic fluids in this new music video for “Ghosts” from Brooklyn band Alagoas. [Read more]

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Dvein for River Island x Jean-Pierre Braganza

Check this spectacular chrome, flesh and feather extravaganza designed and directed by Barcelona’s one and only Dvein with animation and post by Blow Studio for UK clothing label River Island and their Design Forum showcasing new fashion talent (in this case, London’s Jean-Pierre Braganza). [Read more]

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Universal Everything and Dvein for Johnnie Walker House

Matt Pyke and Universal Everything continue to explore the mix of tasteful and abstract 3D animation in corporate installations with a series of audio-visual pieces for Johnnie Walker House in Seoul, South Korea “inspired by the phenomenon of synaesthesia, where the brain ‘sees’ sound or ‘tastes’ color.” [Read more]